LOS ANGELES -- Nino Niederreiter scored the tying goal early in the third period and netted the only goal in a four-round shootout to lead the Minnesota Wild to a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night. Darrell Green Womens Jersey . The Wild, playing their first game since leading scorer Mikko Koivu broke his ankle Saturday at Washington, have won three straight for the first time since Nov. 1-5. Koivu underwent surgery on Monday and is expected to miss at least four weeks. Minor league call-up Darcy Kuemper made 17 of his 39 saves during the first period in his third appearance this season and fifth NHL start. Jarret Stoll scored for the Kings, and Jonathan Quick made 16 saves in his second straight start after missing 24 games because of a groin injury. Coming off a 5-3 victory in which they were outshot 30-11 by the Capitals, the Wild were outshot 30-9 by Los Angeles through the first two periods of the scoreless game. Kuemper stopped seven shots during the Kings first power play, which came after Matt Cooke was sent off for slashing at 6:47 of the second. The 6-foot-5 goalie got a break midway through the period, when Dwight King hit the right post with a shot from the left point after a turnover by Minnesota defenceman Keith Ballard. Another Kings scoring chance came with about 5 minutes left in the first when Carter stickhandled around Ryan Suter in the left circle and found King cruising down the slot. King fanned on the shot. The Kings got on the board 50 seconds into the third. Jeff Carter got the puck from King along the right boards in the Minnesota zone and circled the net before setting up Stoll in the low slot. It was Stolls sixth of the season and first in his last 12 games against the Wild. Minnesota tied it at 3:25 when Jason Pominville set up Niederreiter in front of the crease with a pass from the right point after Niederreiter got a step behind defenceman Drew Doughty. The teams met for the first time since opening night, when the Kings won 3-2 in a shootout at Minnesota. NOTES: Wild forward Zach Parise (lower body) missed his seventh straight game. ... Minnesota G Josh Harding, who was pulled from each of his two starts at Los Angeles, missed his third straight game as he adjusts to new medication for multiple sclerosis. ... Kings C Mike Richards hasnt scored in 19 games, the third-longest drought of his nine-year NHL career. ... The Kings are 5 for 65 on the power play over their last 22 games. ... Los Angeles has had six players chosen to play in the upcoming Olympics: Carter and Doughty (Canada), Quick and Dustin Brown (USA), Anze Kopitar (Slovenia) and Slava Voynov (Russia). ... Minnesotas 7-12-3 road record is the second-worst in the NHL, ahead of only Buffalo. Alex Smith Redskins Jersey . -- Brady Heslip scored a season-high 20 points to help Baylor beat No. Dexter Manley Youth Jersey . What they did need, the Devils got from Patrik Elias. Elias scored a power-play goal 40 seconds into overtime to give the New Jersey Devils a 3-2 victory over the Dallas Stars. https://www.redskinssportsgoods.com/Womens-Terry-Mclaurin-Inverted-Jersey/ . Dancevic won his singles match on Friday, defeating Go Soeda 6-4, 7-6 (2), 6-1, to even the best-of-five series at a game apiece. World No. 18 Kei Nishikori defeated Peter Polansky in the opening match, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.MILWAUKEE -- Mark Reynolds raised his right index finger in the air as his game-ending RBI single bounced safely past the diving third baseman. The bearded slugger was mobbed at first by smiling teammates pulling on his jersey and patting his head. Reynolds hit drove home Rickie Weeks from third with two outs in the ninth, and the Milwaukee Brewers overcame Francisco Rodriguezs first blown save of the season for a 6-5 win Sunday over the New York Yankees. Rodriguez had given up a game-tying homer to Mark Teixeira on a 3-2 pitch with two outs in the top of the ninth. No wonder the Brewers looked like a bunch of giddy Little Leaguers. "It was great, you come back the next half-inning and do that? Thats outstanding," manager Ron Roenicke said. It was the kind of scrappy victory Roenicke sought with third baseman Aramis Ramirez sidelined by a hamstring injury and outfielder Ryan Braun already on the disabled list with an oblique injury. He also gave another one of his top hitters, Jonathan Lucroy, a day off behind the plate. Rodriguez (1-0) did pick up the win. The Brewers typically stingy bullpen allowed two runs to New York, including Yangervis Solartes run-scoring single in the seventh that drew New York within a run. This time, the Brewers bats picked up the relievers. Weeks doubled just inside the first base line with one out before going to third on a wild pitch by reliever Adam Warren (1-2). Reynolds followed two batters later and delivered the hard chopper past Solarte to end the game. "I got 0-2, got ahead, one pitch away and didnt bury the pitch like I should have," Warren said. The back-and-forth final few innings took another roller-coaster turn in the top of the ninth when Teixeira reached out for a low-and-away changeup from Rodriguez for a homer to right. It was the first run allowed all season by Rodriguez, who blew his first save after 15 straight successful opportunities. "Sometimes youve got to pick them up because hes been picking us up a lot," Reynolds said. Reynolds finished 2 for 5, though his game-winner came by an unexpected fashion for someone known as a feast-or-faminee slugger and hitting . Sammy Baugh Redskins Jersey. 35. "Great team win; everybody chipping in," Roenicke said. The Brewers found a way despite two more injury scares. Star outfielder Carlos Gomez was hit in the left forearm by a pitch from starter David Phelps in the third, causing him to writhe in pain a few seconds. He stayed in the game, and Roenicke said X-rays were negative. Starter Matt Garza limped off after fielding a comebacker that glanced off his left quad to end the fifth. Garza said he was fine. After falling behind 3-0 in the first, Milwaukee got three in the sixth to take a 5-3 lead. Weeks, who finished 3 for 5, drove in the final run that inning with a fielders choice. Phelps had a so-so outing in his second start of the season in place of the injured Michael Pineda. He allowed eight hits and walked three in five-plus innings, allowing the leadoff runner to reach base five times. "They were finding holes. Its frustrating," Phelps said. "I have to do a better job. They gave me a three-run lead early and I let them claw back in." But that performance might be good enough, for now, for a Yankees rotation battered by injuries. With Ivan Nova (elbow) already out for the season, the Yankees announced before the game that struggling left-hander CC Sabathia would join Pineda (upper back) on the disabled list with a right knee injury. Prior to the game, the Brewers gave Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter a gold-plated bat and a $10,000 check for his Turn 2 Foundation, which promotes healthy lifestyles among youth. The gifts were presented by Dick Groch, a special assistant to general manager Doug Melvin. Groch was the Yankees scout in 1992 who recommended the team draft Jeter in the first round that year. NOTES: Yankees C John Ryan Murphy groundout to second was overturned to an infield single in the eighth after manager Joe Girardi requested a replay review, which took 53 seconds. ... The Yankees come home for the Subway Series against the Mets, sending Huroki Kuroda (2-3) to the hill. The Brewers have Monday off, with Marco Estrada (2-1) scheduled to start Tuesday against the Pirates. ' ' '